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prov·en

 (pro͞o′vən)
v.
A past tense and a past participle of prove.
adj.
Having been demonstrated or verified without doubt: "a Soviet leader of proven shrewdness and prescience" (Joyce Carol Oates). See Usage Note at prove.

prov′en·ly adv.

proven

(ˈpruːvən)
vb
1. a past participle of prove
2. (Law) See not proven
adj
tried; tested: a proven method.
ˈprovenly adv
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.proven - established beyond doubt; "a proven liar"; "a Soviet leader of proven shrewdness"

proven

adjective established, accepted, proved, confirmed, tried, tested, checked, reliable, valid, definite, authentic, certified, verified, attested, undoubted, dependable, trustworthy There is a proven link between smoking and lung cancer.
Translations
مُبَرْهَن، مُثْبَت
dokázaný
bevist
bebizonyítottbizonyított
sannaîur
dokázaný
kanıtlanmış

proven

[ˈpruːvən]
A. PP of prove
B. ADJ
1. (gen) [formula, method] → de eficacia probada; [abilities] → probado
it's a proven fact thatestá probado or demostrado que ..., es un hecho comprobado que ...
2. [ˈprəʊvən] (Scot) (Jur) the case was found not provenel acusado fue absuelto por falta de pruebas

proven

[ˈprəʊvən ˈpruːvən]
pp of prove
adj [ability] → avéré(e)
to have a proven track record → avoir fait ses preuves

proven

ptp of prove
adjbewährt; not proven (Scot Jur) → unbewiesen

prove

(pruːv) verb
1. to show to be true or correct. This fact proves his guilt; He was proved guilty; Can you prove your theory?
2. to turn out, or be found, to be. His suspicions proved (to be) correct; This tool proved very useful.
ˈproven adjective
(especially in law) proved.
References in classic literature ?
The soul, I said, being, as is now proven, immortal, must be the fairest of compositions and cannot be compounded of many elements?
As a result, intent usually is proven circumstantially.
Here, we had a question which should have an answer, but it had been proven that there were no means of answering it.
The plan must clearly reflect the issues that must be proven but remain fluid enough to change if the investigation leads in another direction.
Some experts believe the real overall equalization ratio for New York City could be proven as being closer to 25 or 30 percent using such a sales study.
After all, should the existence of a distinct southern Rockies grizzly subspecies be proven, it would be the most critically endangered mammal in North America.
a semiconductor technology licensing company, and National Semiconductor Corporation have signed a frame agreement for IPextreme to sell and support a broad selection of proven semiconductor Intellectual Property (IP) through IPextreme's IP Commercialization Program.
Once Perelman's first paper on the Ricci flow appeared on the Internet in November 2002, rumors started flying that he had proven the Poincare conjecture and Thurston's geometrization conjecture.
The nationwide launch of DanActive and Activia Light, as well as the reformulation of Danimals with LGG, takes Dannon's commitment to high health several steps forward by offering a wider range of great tasting, probiotic fresh dairy products clinically proven to benefit specific natural functions of a healthy body.
The IBM System Storage Proven program builds on IBM's already extensive interoperability efforts to develop and deliver products and solutions that work together with third party products.
miles) Erath County in Texas has become a proven gas producing area for several companies in the prolific Barnett Shale gas play and may hold the possibility of even greater finds.
Unlike many of the "zero hour" solutions recently introduced to the market that provide resource-consuming, passive fraud monitoring that offers no real-time protection for consumers, Fraud Analyst is a proven solution that actively protects customers at the point of login, preventing criminals from entering the online channel.